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Paul Ryan Says Obamacare Was Sold on “Three Broken Promises”

JasonCharleston Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 2:48 PM
Oh, then big insurance decided it was okay for the to do the same thing and raise rates. Weirdly, the Washingtonians didn't mind.
J.93 Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 3:01 PM
NO where is there any discussion on the amount of money taken by those that DO NOT DO ANYTHING to provide Care.. We have, health ins company (no care), we have hosptital Dr. billing, (no care). we have Liability ins (no care),

Or course this is implied this is necessary to provide care, but really, is it...Study and cases have shown that those paying up front get their cost for subtantially less (on News recently), up to 90% less.
Bottom line, we are paying for the paper work, (and computer processing) way to much for a medical visit...WAY TOO MUCH goes to things that the old Country Dr. did not need to worry about...and guess what, our ancestor's survived.
DB07 Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 2:58 PM
Big Insurance bases it's rates on what the government forces it to cover, plus what it's competition is. And government restricts the competition! As long as there is a disconnect between who consumes a service and who pays for it, costs will always rise.

On Wednesday night, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan appeared on Hannity to discuss the three reasons why the House of Representatives decided – for only the second time, mind you – to fully repeal Obamacare. The law, he explained, “was sold on three broken promises.” (1) President Obama said his health care law would not raise taxes on the middle class. False. (2) President Obama said healthcare premiums would go down if the law passed.